Szpunar in C- 263/18: tra e-commerce e diritto d’autore

CONCLUSIONI DELL’AVVOCATO GENERALE MACIEJ SZPUNAR presentate il 10 settembre 2019 (1) Causa C-263/18 Nederlands Uitgeversverbond, Groep Algemene Uitgevers contro Tom Kabinet Internet BV, Tom Kabinet Holding BV, Tom Kabinet Uitgeverij BV [domanda di pronuncia pregiudiziale, proposta dal rechtbank Den Haag (Tribunale dell’Aia, Paesi Bassi)]   «Direttiva 2001/29/CE – Società dell’informazione – Armonizzazione di taluni aspetti del diritto d’autore…

Piattaforme online e fairness B2B: il nuovo Regolamento (UE) 2019/1150 che promuove equità e trasparenza a vantaggio degli utenti business

Il 31 luglio 2019 è entrato in vigore il nuovo Regolamento (UE) 2019/1150 che contiene norme direttamente applicabili in tutti i Paesi UE dal 12 luglio 2020, volte promuovere l’equità e la trasparenza a vantaggio degli utenti commerciali dei servizi di intermediazione online e dei motori di ricerca. Obiettivo del Regolamento è quello di riequilibrare…

E-commerce: making online shopping safer for consumers – Commission Notice on the market surveillance of products sold online (C/2017/5200)

E-commerce: making online shopping safer for consumers  Commission Notice on the market surveillance of products sold online (C/2017/5200) The internet has changed how consumers shop and businesses advertise and sell their goods and services. E-commerce enables consumers and businesses to interact differently and increases consumer welfare because of lower online prices and greater choice (1)….

UberPOP – is it an information society service? – According to Advocate General Szpunar, Member States may prohibit and punish, as a matter of criminal law, the illegal exercise of transport activities in the context of the UberPop service, without notifying the Commission of the draft law in advance

Court of Justice of the European Union PRESS RELEASE No 72/17 Luxembourg, 4 July 2017 Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C-320/16 Uber France SAS   The French company Uber France operates an electronic platform which enables users, with the aid of a smartphone equipped with the corresponding application, to order urban transport services in the…

Sharing economy: Parliament calls for clear EU guidelines – Risoluzione del Parlamento europeo del 15 giugno 2017 su un’agenda europea per l’economia collaborativa

Sharing economy: Parliament calls for clear EU guidelines  Ensure consumer protection, workers’ rights, tax obligations and fair competition Need for clear and balanced EU strategy 17% of EU consumers have used collaborative platforms       Parliament stressed the need to address regulatory grey areas that cause significant differences in the Member States’ national and…

DRAFT REPORT on a European Agenda on the Collaborative Economy

Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Rapporteur: Nicola Danti “The Rapporteur recognises the important opportunities and benefits of the collaborative economy for the society and economy; at the same time, he is attentive to the potential challenges and is especially concerned by the possible risk of fragmentation of the Single Market while large…